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New Treatment for Enlarged Prostates

Prostate artery embolization is a new, minimally invasive treatment for men with severe cases of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) who have other conditions that make traditional surgery risky. Interventional radiologists with Virginia Interventional & Vascular...

Health Scan Screenings Available For Heart, Lung, Colorectal Diseases

Health Scan, a program of Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg, offers proven screenings for the early detection of heart disease, lung cancer, and colorectal cancer. Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) physicians clinically manage and supervise the screenings...

Local Heart Attack Prevention Screening Receives Accreditation

Coronary Calcium Scoring Tests Are Key to Efforts Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF) has earned international accreditation through the National Heart Health Program© for its calcium scoring screening tests, said Ed Swager, CEO of Radiologic Associates of...

Spotlight on Stacy Moulton, MD

When Dr. Stacy Moulton of Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) finished college, he spent a summer backpacking around Europe with friends. On that journey, he read a novel that changed his life: John Irving’s Cider House Rules. “The plot centers on Homer...

Do You Have Leg Pain and Fatigue, Or Visible Varicose Veins?

You may have superficial venous reflux disease. Our board-certified interventional radiologists and vascular surgeons at Virginia Interventional & Vascular Associates (VIVA) provide minimally invasive treatment options for varicose veins. Cause of Varicose Veins Veins...

Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg Welcomes Dr. Samer Hijaz

FREDERICKSBURG, VA, Sept. 13, 2016 –Radiologic Associates of Virginia (RAF) is pleased to announce that Dr. Samer Hijaz, a fellowship-trained interventional radiologist with deep roots in Virginia, has joined the practice, Dr. R. Donald Doherty, Jr., said today. RAF...

Early detection test for heart disease

From The Free Lance-Star: For more than 50 percent of adults, their first symptom of coronary artery disease is a heart attack. The National Heart Health Program is trying to change that, and recently certified Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg to administer a test to...

Letter to the editor about heart screening

Dr. Keith Roach’s syndicated column in The Free Lance–Star on June 28 does not reflect the opinions of all medical professionals. Heart scan screenings—known as coronary calcium scoring—benefit patients by revealing plaque build-up in the blood vessels of the heart....